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Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie & du Vin, which has been under construction for more than 10 years, is finally opening its doors to visitors.
Organizers expect the museum, which has attracted 250 million euros in investment over 10 years, to be visited by more than a million visitors annually. The new location is designed to increase the flow of eno- and gastrotourists to the region, as it is located near the best vineyards of Burgundy and the famous tourist La Route des Grands Crus, and the museum cellar Cave de la Cité will be ready to offer more than 250 samples of wines for bottling.
Possible options include tasting sessions from the École des Vins, which will feature wines from around the world and the famous products of Burgundy winemakers. Guests can also visit culinary courses, restaurants, film screenings, four exhibition halls, including a pavilion dedicated to the secrets of French baking, which was created with the help of the world-famous confectioner Pierre Herme.
But this is not all the gastronomic locations of the museum: the culinary school Ferrandi Paris will open its doors to the public, which will hold master classes in English, and the gourmet restaurant La Table du Chef, led by French chef and owner of three Michelin stars Eric Prat will offer the best regional cuisine.
The museum will also have a specialized bookstore, which will present a wide range of publications on French winemaking and gastronomy.
The Cité Internationale de la Gastronomie & du Vin can be reached by train in an hour and a half from Paris. The guests will be welcomed in its own four-star hotel with a swimming pool, spa and restaurant which are announced to be built within a year.